Ted Monte Age:biography and wiki
Actor, director, and writer Ted Monte (Theodore Monte) was born in Denver County, Colorado, on December 22, 1963. Find out Ted Monte’s Age, Height, Physical Measurements, Relationships, Family, and Career Updates. Find Out How Much Money He Has This Year and How Much He Spends? Discover how, at the age of 58, he earned the majority of his net worth as well.
|59 years old
|$1 Million – $5 Million
|22 December 1963
|Denver County, Colorado, U.S
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Ted Monte Height, Weight & Measurements
Ted Monte is 59 years old, and his height is not currently available. As soon as possible, we will update Ted Monte’s height, weight, body measurements, eye and hair colors, shoe and dress sizes.
Who Is Ted Monte’s Wife?
His wife is Priscilla Barnes (2003 – present)
|Priscilla Barnes (2003 – present)
Theodore Mark Monte was raised in Colorado, on a small ranch outside of Denver. He intended to major in veterinary medicine at Colorado State University, but his father talked him into getting degrees in scientific computing and applied mathematics instead. Ted’s then-girlfriend, who was utterly bored with these topics, pushed him to speak with her modeling agency. He did, and he began modeling and acting in commercials right away, which brought him to his first play. He was bitten by the acting bug. After completing his degree, he relocated to New York City to train as an actor with renowned acting teacher Phil Gushee. He worked on print and television commercials for a variety of brands while pursuing his acting studies, including Always Panty Liners, Kraft Salad Dressing, and Coors beer. During his time in New York, he performed in leading roles at the National Theatre in Washington, D.C., and Lincoln Center. Ted was chosen to play an FBI agent in Jonathan Demme’s Silence of the Lambs, his first feature film, in 1991. Following this, Ted was chosen for David Marnet’s Homicide, which resulted in a number of TV series.